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Tabletop: Superior Servers from Ladies and Gentlemen

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Tabletop: Superior Servers from Ladies and Gentlemen

Sarah Lonsdale April 26, 2011

Seattle-based Ladies & Gentlemen is comprised of Industrial designers Jean Lee (the lady) and Dylan Davis (the gentleman). The duo has combined their love of vintage and nostalgia in their own line of household goods: we particularly like the Superior Servers, which were inspired by the dipped ends of hand tools. The large stainless steel utensils come in four different colors: buttermilk, Dijon mustard, vintage aqua, and blood orange; $35 each.

N.B. Come meet Ladies & Gentlemen at the Remodelista Local Market in Seattle on Saturday, April 30th.

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